September 5, 2016

Book Review: 365 Pocket Morning Prayers

365 Pocket Morning Prayers: Strength and Joy to Being Each Day is a devotional prayer book by David R. Veerman, a senior editor of the Life Application Bible.

As the title indicates it's a pocket-sized book that consists of 365 prayers, as well as one or two scripture verses to contemplate each day. It's designed to be easily read through in a year or focus on topical issues by utilizing the topical index included in the back of the book.

The Introduction focuses on prayer being a privilege, personal, and powerful. The author shares that "this book was written to support and encourage you in your daily conversations with God.... The prayer itself may involve praise, confession, or challenge, all with the purpose of drawing you closer to God."

365 Pocket Morning Prayers is an encouraging book, which is geared towards various age groups, from teenagers to older generations. And it may easily be added to your personal devotional time, particularly in the mornings.

Note: I received this book from Tyndale Blog Network, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.  

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